The Genesis Book (Bitcoin Magazine Books)
Friday, 05 January 2024

This book tells the story of the people and projects that inspired the invention of the world’s first successful peer-to-peer electronic cash system. Aaron van Wirdum tells how a diverse group of computer scientists, privacy activists, and heterodox economists tried to create a digital form of money that could operate independently of government control.

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Author: Aaron van Wirdum
Publisher: Bitcoin Magazine Books 
Date: January 2024
Pages: 356
ISBN: 979-8989132621
Print: B0CQLMQRH7
Audience: General 
Level: Introductory 
Category: History

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